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Aden

Mohamed Hasani and Abeer Mohsen
Yemen’s shambolic health infrastructure and lack of protective gear forebodes badly for effectively countering a coronavirus second wave, which experts fear will be more severe than the first.
Safa Nasser
“I was on my way to covering a normal event, then I found myself in the middle of a battlefield.” Being a journalist in Yemen has turned into a game of tag with death.
Safia Mahdi
Indeed, the area is flood-prone and had regularly witnessed heavy damages and losses, but over the past few months, the floods that could be the worst that have ever hit the country, one that was already reeling from a severe deterioration in its infrastructure, and the difficult humanitarian and living conditions that undermine the resilience of the people and buildings to stand any more.
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